A friendly, qualified, experienced and registered professional Counsellor Therapist.

I am most passionate about helping people have space to think about their thoughts and feelings. I see my role as one of supporting you in your individual exploration or evolution.

If you find yourself on this page, there’s a good chance you’re wondering if counselling is for you, and if I am the right person who will accept you, and be by your side in your pursuit to a better wellbeing.

I do not judge a person, or

the place they find themselves in.

My background

Before training as a therapist, I have held over 20 years’ experience working in the voluntary, private and public sectors, including working on Projects with Kings College London, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, University College London and the Royal College of Nursing, and London councils focusing on Physical Health, Mental Health, Homelessness, Families, Young People and Parents, Community, Anti-Social Behaviour, Bullying, and Fostering. I have worked closely with an accredited chartered psychologist, I am a Board Trustee and a co-author of published academic articles.

I’ve been involved in doing specialist Court Assessments, however, I’m now doing more individual therapeutic work with clients.

I have experience working with people of diverse age, cultural and class backgrounds.

My varied work means I have gotten to know people from all walks of life who are struggling with a range of issues, including stress, depression, anxiety, bereavement, self-harm, trauma, violence, displacement, discrimination, hearing voices, dissociation, despair, perfectionism, addiction, and more.


My personal and professional experiences over the years have shaped my therapeutic style. However, it has always remained constant that I keep my client’s needs as the focus. I view the therapeutic session as space where all can feel accepted without fear of judgement.

I believe those who seek therapy with a desire to grow and willingness to challenge themselves, will bring about positive change in their lives.

To help facilitate this, I strive to create a safe space to do this work.

Some of the elements I apply to foster this include:

  • Holding an open-minded, non-judgemental approach, accepting whatever you bring
  • Tailoring therapy to your individual needs where possible
  • Creating space for collaboration and feedback
  • Striving for your best interest over my own, including referring you to a different therapist if we might not be the best fit to work together.
  • And, as is required for all therapists, holding your confidentiality I don’t ever reveal information about my clients or our sessions outside of counselling or clinical supervision unless someone is at risk of harm, and I take all reasonable measures to protect your privacy whenever information is transferred digitally (eg. email, forms, and payments processing).

I am a registered professional member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) https://www.bacp.co.uk/ and I am committed to it’s ethical principles and professional codes of conduct. I am dedicated to ongoing professional and personal development and regularly attend professional seminars and CPD training.  I am covered by Professional Indemnity Insurance, and I ensure to undertake independent Clinical Supervision to make certain I am working ethically.

As well as therapy qualifications, I have also obtained other qualifications in modular courses.

You can expect me to bring my years of experience to your process.

Every single person has a right to be treated with respect, dignity and compassion, and to be valued for who they are.

I am an advocate for people with disabilities, and I believe that Black Lives Matter. I am glad to hold an LGBTQIA+ community safe space (LGBTQIA refer to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning, intersex, and asexual or allied).

All beliefs and ages over 18 are welcome.


I wish you the best in mental and physical health!

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